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TlIF! MOMIOK JOI IIX AI.. Tl KP AY. NOVKMIIKH 1 1. 1I9.
V JOURNAL WANT ADS.WJ tT ONF CENT AWOKD FOR EACH INSERTION FKOST rUOOK cabhase plants.1 Charleston ami Jersey Wakefield. J Karly set'ios ineaas early cab'oase. . IVsl paid to ou 3"c hundred. -J. 1. Hoe. Sharon. S. 0. iK)l WHKAT lor sale. 2.Ti. A. B. Cannon. Matthews. lit. i yoll SALE tiood home-made tno-i raises at $1 per a!loii. - W. X. ' Simpson. I'liioiiville, Ut. 2. . ( iJ II.W K shoes lor men troiu two hilars up.--Collins St Harnett. WS MAKE a specialty of mounting '..jmonds, and guarantee not to crack thetn. V. J. Uudse Co. HAVE big shoes, little shoes.! 'ork shoes and tine dress shoes. Collins i- Harnett. I UVlll HIIOOKS MVEUS at the head m onj- repair departtuetit you may c jour ear. when in need of re ..: s. will get the benefit of good -.. kniuiiship. No amateurs at our -aKe. All first -class workmen w'.o know how. Secrest Motor Co. , l-Eirni.IZEIIS Full small si a in. 1 O'llins & Harsett. J'TIONE us about that Surprise. Lee Oriltin. IF YOl" want shoes, see Collins and Harsett. ! t!! KENT One-horse farm, liood buildings; pood land; 2j miles fvoiu town. A. W. McCall. ' FOR RENT Several ?ood farms. Sev W. O. Lemntnnd. i THY ON?: of our ever-sharp pencils. V. J. R n dee Co. SHE lS before you trade or sell that mcoikI hand automobile. We are the market for them. - Secrest Motor Co. HAVE Y(M" Kotien jo'tr suipiii-e " Lee (Irit'ttn. OK SALE A uooct M:iell ro.id-r,'i- in lir:-i-i !us rondii ion Wilt s M cheap. Can he s.vu at H-ai!: b;.rb'f sh"p on Mi'l s'teet WANTKI' Ci.itinmei. I mllll 'li, Cll Hi fi. HIS. I'tC. for V ! U !i i'i II 11 m ,uls. Apply ;ih ;t ! t ' i ' ' ' ' Wan!; ;:t ol'liee n! El. :o:i t'oiiti'.v Koil'l 'o;i:llliS!ol,. m;; a' To TiiANSFi'i; -'iii ri.-.' !! hi;s at liUeiis Hi'" !:!- ' a: lit S al oari' Cat'' .U'TO THANSKEi; Call M. I.. T!:n att st !h Nev H m. Cafe, rhone ".SI. ':A.-1I l'.II !"i A1i loa-. li'iti utid ri'i. h-ii-t'ns. Win-' llinis.'i llaa f;le Wotks. IV o. V,k 1 i 1 1. Wil : Micton. N. C. "'()!; SALE - A oiii' inn Foi l truck: ., Ford toiiria- cur in til st -class onmliiion Monroe llak.M. '"-V.: T.VK iVvtiiucr I'm iia ill ar.nti. t'i '. ; A: Hat U ILL b :-!irpvN"d if V'.i do ,, ' for your Mil pi N". la'-' i'.t ' JjOTK'K My lath"!'. V.'. o. Ra'ls. who is an expel i -iii'-mI plumber, lias fi'ed here and 'id as-Ut me ia hnsin-ss. W. IV Raw-Is. Pl-m'.. Mi ar in rwntifirii!lY f1 p p-kfrU00 r.tArtt in 9 We etronitp r9'ommn1 fft( C4rtn for fN tfm or otfic apply or when you trvL 1 4;-"vTk. jrs.-V j Smoke r$ raiz m that the tau i m I I the cigarette and do I not expect prmit:m$ M or coupent! f FOU IJF.XT One to four-horse farm ti miles from I n.- K. 1.. Ken-niiiKton. BOOK - REEFING. Shorthand, thor oughly tauaht; enroll any time. Address llteens'joro Commercial School, lireeusboro. N. C. for cata logue. FOIl KENT A sood two-horse farm with ptHMl improvements, near Armfield's mill, and ood schools. See Eerie Helms or H. B. Clark. FOIl SALE -Several Ford tourin? cars in A-l condition; price reason able B. C. Hinson. FOR SALE A six-room house on Washington street, nr. J a six-room house on Crawford street. W. J. R ml fie. ill NOS- Solid 4!J. all kinds.- Mc Call. Jeweler. FOR SALE Fon-two acre farm. 20 acres in hish s'a'- of cultivation, balance in ood saw timber. Good 4-room house, barn, nib and well; 7 or S acres tine creek bottom land. Cotton on place now will make hale per acre. On sood road, three miles North of Monroe. TA quick buer. $2.;im.rt! Terms reasonable. L. S. Fowler Co. WE HAVE some specials in shoes. Collins , Harnett. LET Rl'DGE repair your watch the next time and save you money by having a first-class workman do the job. WE HAVE shoes ai list year's price. Collins & Hareti. THE LARGEST GARAGE in this sec tion of the country is at jour dis posal in Monroe. The S.crst Mo tor Company !ia tif' -en thouaiul squire feet of space, w iiich a' lows tl'.-'in to .iiw ) '': oerviee. A t-ial is ai! -a- f.r.' J'.vi; t'ie at: leaiobile line. PHONE No. 3 for a"-- "aa-: -r. C.ue f;i drixt-rs. ac. rea -o:i.ible. !1. C. 11 nx't:. MuNilY T'' LENi--sV!.' i n-r di enu il"si.'i s :.) i-":.'! i.rne in iitiiotiutii inn !. il.r.oo 1(n V, .'-t l'e. No i;t-' I.Mii-' IS lleCCS- ar Lou;. a:-- a.a.i-' p-r lt't'. ; 't'i ii o;. ea -e'-;LS. I'"t 'iOl e-.ree,!-til:'. "" per ( nt '),' 'h value of t'l" pt. ,!'; . i " '-..! A- I'" 111-' WHY PY M'RE?--V.'. ate sei:.':s ie elr cheaper.-- Mi Call WK II WE a -i'lt 1 . r eve;-;. ' : i : Moiifie. I..e C:-i::i-.l. IWIM; N t'l 1 iv A:'-: No i-t.iti -t 7 we w ill sin Mieuia- ,;sd W-.in-. d.l aiel Ffld;-: fVii ;..ff leeiee. Haes A.- K.ii' t'ear. ie . . Foi; SAL1-: Youn- pointer .1"-. ,-aill, b;ui;ei,; ....! i-os-'. a.ai tal. - .1. I.. Winchester. Monroe. N. C. Mi; T. H. SIMPSON. 'Alio lias ad-' v-'i'iseil oii:e ahiane real e"M! in Monroe for ':me ia Tae Journal, t- ia ar.in on i visit aa,l will be -lad tn eoiiie' v. ith t!ii)e !id are i;.teres-d i 'lie proper'. Fi ll RENT ' lit" tv.-o.-ot-.e farm ivo ih'les it-ntii Mania, e.slit miles north of Waxhav.-. r,.ni.l buildinus. fivsh laud.- A;-; :' ' J. S. li'v.-e . (i-eenl.i. S. C. U-. 1. sstoP U 7iai6l la SsfS If you want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them irt comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price! CAMELS are a cigarett? revelation any way you consider them! Take quality, or refreshing fiavor and fragrance; or, that wonderful mellow-mil J -smoothness you never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet Camels are so full-bodied and so full-of-salisfaction you marvel that so much de light couid be put into a cigarette! Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! You will pre fer Camels to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts! You '11 prefer Camel quality! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Win.ton-S.lem, N. C FARMS FOR RENT I have three Sood two-hore :ar:!:s for rent. Two are near Allan, a.ii th other is on the lav;s Mine road. 3U miles ftom Monroe. i.mid Imildin.s. i:ood pasture, and gm)d land. Ap ply to me at or.ee. J. M. Blair. ATHENS. GA . is ou Seaboard main line, directly connected with Mon- toe. North Carolina. For hUhest prices, quickest service, express J ,reen hides to Athens Hide Co.. , Athens. Ga. Wholesale hides; tine folks; rapid express transportation. ! FOIl SALE A four-room house and ! three lots at Indian Trail. Has sood well of water in yard, and '' tine ha ni. House is located near school, rresbyterian and Methodist ' churches. See John T. Farker at Coca-Cola Bolt '.in Contpan. JM!. II. SMITH. Ee-Suht Specialist, can be found regularly at his efftce. Monroe. N. C the entire fa!! ana winter. Modem and up-to-da'e in every paiticuiar. Have your eyes examined and classes ntied. oince in Belk-Buiuly building mt to lr. Green's dental oftice. FOR SALE- One used Empire road ster, one In'er-Staie touriue car One Hudson toiirins car; all read for the road, and in sood shape. Heath Mo'Q" Co. HORSESHOEING Only 1.23. Good ' work, satisfaction guaranteed. I Ford repair work done at like prices. Brin ; us our next horse to be shod, and save money.- Ross Bros., facitu Fowler and Lee's '. stable. ONE DOLLAR BILL sent to J. E. Rue, Littleton, N. C. will bring you full directions for making sood durable whit? paint for 50 cents per gallon. FOR SALE Red Cedar Shtnsle. di 1 mensioii "xltiin.. etra clear. BO XXXXX. the best that can be made. We are in position to make close price on less than car load ship ment. We a No carry a larsi- stock of lumber ami building ma'erial. Get our prices J. H. Wearii Co.. Charlotte. N. C. FOR SALE acres ot Nil in Van"- -.iw-nship. ou iwel-' Mile Creek. Pilbi-c mad lUlls li.io-.igh the place Tiiree dwclliius with barns. tni- i'o:e house, good ,atul ,or eo'imry i-.ire. Fine : -.'ton land. ! .1 soii ;'h just . :i -nsh .-and ') i'.i.i k-' i work good; '' ;i, ut " !! ;::.:liered land w ith oi'a-mal to:.--, T'.rs'faviu i,m he divuled in'o two or three iiius. E.i it r:n.- F-'!er Si Lee. SAVE M;iNEY u- buing yo'n J' -i'Iiv fl.'-..i .NieC.ii'.. F.tl! S LL one Iperstat- iload-st.-r. in 'ol con-ii- ion. A r sail, to .click b".. -r T'.i- H -a liMor- !uv( Coi'lpa i! . A I C 1 lt)N SALE I vill S.', ;l 111 resid'-nce in llo"-e CveeU tio:iship Sate; day l.Vh of No-:nber. li'l'.i. a lot of cu'ti . fodder, .-aucks. hay. siaw sv. e.-i po'utoe- farm and shop tools, and a lot of lavise iiold goods.-- J. Allen Baiii' im. FDR RENT- Ore 2-horse farm. 7 mil.-- from Mo'i on Charlotte road; oiw :i-hor.e farm. 1 niibs from Mii'irne. mi Tinde! place. Apply J. Stroll, i i i . 1 1 27il. or Saleeh 's .-ore. Monroe, N. C. I'lTiHKK i', iOF1'" at -li old price Collins i H.irse". FOi! SALE - - Klotid'ke S i awberr plants three en's -.leh, delivered. The lar-'e-t straw ':(;.- known. C. E. ILnso', Washaw. N C. U U ES COTTOX (..IINKIt STKAIHLY IHGol t.H THE EXTIUE WKI'K Fanc liie I'aid lor Sni. and in Miie Net'lioiiK lng Staple Cotton IImoisIiI $1 T IVxiihI. The price of cotton was put to net advances ou the opemns last week and if remained at net tains throiu'li out. alihousb there were frly wade reactions from the adance after the 'middle of the week. At the lushest levels the trading months showed net gains ot lt to 216 points and the close was at net gains of Ion to 17s points. Hecember being the strongest month and closing at J .":!. The main reason for the strength, of the market was the keen demand at constautl rNins prices in the spot department. Middling cotton went to 40.50 cents a pound on Wed iiesuay and remained at that level in the face of reactions in the contract market closius 15n points lusher than the closing leel of the preced ing week. Sales of long staple Cot ton were made at as high a price as mi cents a pound and repoits from the interior told of fancy lots brins- ' ins as hish as 91 rents and a dollar a pound. At the end of the week, a somewhat more faorable view of the labor situation and prospects of bliz zard weather in the western belt gave the market additional steadiness. Seen Hunters llclioed liiog. No trace has been found of the bodies of the seen members of the Harris Hunting club, of Harrisburg. III., who were drowned in the Missis sippi river about 25 miles north of (Memphis late Friday night when the 40-foot launch in which they, with the four survivors, were going to Lake Providence, La., for the club's annual hunting trip. The launch, which sank in 4rt feet of water when it hit an overhanging tree in the darkness, is believed to hi've drifted down the river and be cotue imbedded in the sand. Three of the bodies are said to be in its 'cabin, while John H. I'terson. one of the stirvivors. sail he saw four oh--r. '!r'iw:i. DR. S. A. ALEXANDER VETERINARIAN The late Dr. Watt Ash craft office. Office Phone 113. Res. 53-J GEORGE C. PRUITT. Physician & Surgeon. OfSc- over fnion Dvi:s ?v Telephone No. 4ti5. DR. R. L PAYNE. rilYMCIW AM SUKil.ON Oi'a.'e oer Union Dn;.- Co. Telephone 40-J. Vut . hi 4d Iwautiiiil lliank-tti. itiu I'osi Card- at Crow ell' Vnriely More, .send your friend- onie of tlioe iiitiN and let thcni know mi appreciate thi. ulori i ll'. rhatikii inn of ieace and Monty. out!i Mam street. Dr. Edward J. Williams l'HYMt i AM SIH(. EON The late lr. Flili:ink' l'.eideine The Long, Dark j Nights Are With Us 1 Tttni iiuht into day by ha- ! it.. W...K hm.u -1-t.l 111 ,,1111 llt'lllC lii. M.l-A eiuiped with th latest electrical devices. Fay us a call any day We'll tell you how it to t'.o.ie. Atents for DF.I.CO I.K.HTINti SYhTKM. .MONROK EI.KfTRIC SEUVICK COMFAXY. A. I.. HF.I.MiUM.W Proprietor K. Franklin Street. Telephone No. 471. You Do More Work. You are more ambitious and you get mors enjoyment out of everything when your blood is in good condition. Impurities in the bl.iod have a very depressing 'jff-t on the system, cnusitijl weakness, Uzinesi, i nervou3nesi and sickness. GROVE'S TASTELESS Cnill TOMC restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying and tr nrithintf the Blood. When you feel its strengthening, invigorating effect, see 1 how it brings color to tho cheeks and bow it improves the appetite, yo'i will then appreciate its true tniii: value. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC i is not a patent medicine, it is simply IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. 1 So pleasar.t even children like it. The ' blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON to Enrich it These reliable tonic prop- ! erties never fail D drive out impurities ia the blood. The Stren4th-Ci-atir.it Power of GROVE'S ! TASTELESS Chill TONIC his made it , the favorite t tnio in thouajnds of humes. : M-ire than th.rty-Svt! years ago. Mks ! would ride a long distance to (Jet GROVE'S I TASTELESS Chill TOMC when a I member of their fr.tiui hjd Malaria or i needed a body-building Ftrength-giving tonic. aThe funnula ij just the same to day, and you cm g-t It from any drug store. bCc per bottle. Monroe 10 Years Ago iFtaiii The Journal of tuis da'e. L' years aso. i Mr. A. L. Monroe's residence on HouMon street is Hearing comple tion, and will soon be ready for occu pauy. Mis. G. B. Caldwell and family, to set her with her sister. Miss Lizz: A'lutaker. will leave for Durham Weduesda to spend several wvks. Mr. P. W, Plyler has been appoint ed game warden of the couutx. Either the snakes were more lively in October just past or the high p:tce of cotton has a tendency to mak people sick. At any rate, more whis key prescriptions were turned in'o the medical depository last lami ;i than ever before. A total ot l.'f'j prescriptions were written by the diieints. Graded school honor roll for Oc:o ber Elizabeth Bund. Uoy Conned. Ruth Austin. Annie Bernard Benson. Virgil Henderson, Bernard Crowed. Alma Belle Collins. Juaith Lane. Mabel Worley. Leslie Futch. Jean Ashrraft. Ruth Green. Kathleen Hale. Emma Williams, and Eifiice Benton Cotton today. 14 cents. I Monroe, now merely a station on the Seaboard Airline, holds within its reach the possibility of connection iwith the Atlantic Coast Line, the ;sreat Southern railway, and the Nor- folk Southern. Does that stat ?- ment make your eyes open? It ought 'to. for no section ot the South is more strasetically situated for an out let to every one of the great railway .systems that penetrate this part of the South. W'adesboro, our energetic , neighbor, is rejoicing in just such a i connection and is destined thereby to grow by leaps and bounds. The same desirable end can be attained by us. if i .we will but wake tip and so for It: it will not force itself upon us. N'ar Macon, Ga., la-t Sunliy night, a white woman, near !iff ears old. a widow, -was aU!i!'e.i b a nesro. The negro was capuired was ideniitied by his victim, am! ." moh t'"'; hit.t ''"'"in office:' aad imrneil i'..:a. No Worms in a healthy Child Ail chilJrea trfdbiej i:!i wormi tav aa uo healthy color, which inJL'atfi poor blo.1. anj a r ru!?. then it more or lost s(n:nai !i uitsfun' (jP.oVE S TAsTELUSS ciiiP TONIC hiva vtatl tortwoor thrt-o w.-eki will cn:i-'a tin K v-i, im prove the diK-'sli ja, aa J act a .1 0 n'.-ul ;ra4'-h eaioil Taic to the whole :':. 'n. Nature illf:iT thr iwtift or dUnei t!;c worm, an. I th Chiiil will l ia pef1 vt bealth i'.i" 3iui:t t j iak-' )o yr tkjttie Col Js Cause Grip and Influenza HXATTVE BR0M0 QHSPJETabieU rem iv'tfls cau. Thi"4 ii cniy one "Bnmi Q'ai . E. W C30VE 3 jiimture 03 box. JJc IT IS THE DUTY of every American citizen to produce a!! he can, to make all he can. By so doing he can lu.-!p maintain present day prosperity, make a more happy. jdai- some homecoming for the boys as they return. We are prepared to hi particularly liberal with farmers and legitimate business in need of funds. A WtAM The Morning Star Wilmington, X. C. The State's Oldest "Newspaper The Favorite With Many! -FOR HALF 0LD IX YEARS, BUT All the news safely and stant endeavor. Full Associated Press and special state news service besides covering the local field thoroughly. Published seven days a week, 52 weeks in the year. Goes out on all early trains from Wil mington connecting with R. F. D. routes on a major ity of roads. The ideal newspaper for the family. SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TODAY if nurcirla iha ottv mrr! vnttr I'pmittnr.op nf fi(V DPI month; $1.50 three months; $" six months, or $6 for ? an entire year. All subscriptions payable in advance. Address WILMINGTON STAR COMPANY Wilmington, X. C. ML KEMP H 'XDKRBl KK IttXTIVT Office over Waller's OM Store. MODEKX METHODS EMPLOY Kit. DR. P. M. ABERNETHY VETERINARIAN Office: Fowler & Lee Stable Monroe, X. C. Phone SOS. Pkesidence Phone 130-J. DELCQ-LIGHT TKa complete Electric Light tad Power PUat Endorsed by more than 700im sat ls!led users throughout the wlrll. Monne Electric Service Company. A. L. Helderman. .Manager. JUNK Wanted 1 W are always l:i th- tna:!;et f;r iro;:'. met U of ail ki".'K io:iJ. papr, etc. Open every day. MOMIOK IKN & METAL CO' Near Freie'.tt Depot DR. B. C. REDFEARN. DENTIST. 0ff.ee over Heath-Morrow Company. . Phone 232. Monroe. N. C. i m i' n. t rw. NATI0NAi7 MONROEC. A CEXTUKY- PROGRESSIVE IX POLICY sanely presented is its con i